Messages to the University of Virginia community regarding sexual violence.
Saying there is no overnight solution, the students voiced their united resolve to work to end sexual violence on Grounds.
The University of Virginia Department of Parking & Transportation’s new program will offer a bicycle fleet for casual riders.
At issue is whether a Pennsylvania man’s comments on social media constitute a “true threat” that lies outside free speech protections.
Now in its sixth year, the annual business plan competition brought together nine teams across Grounds and from U.Va-Wise to vie for a $20,000 grand prize to jumpstart their own ventures.
Ten clinicians stride into a hospital room and immediately begin to examine the scene.
An IV bin is bursting with syringes. Unclamped oxygen sensors hang idly on the bed. And bloodied gauze, an open vial of antibiotics and a poorly placed toileting chair expose this patient – a computerized high-fidelity “Sim Man” in the University of Virginia School of Nursing’s Clinical Simulation Learning Center – to a multitude of hazards.
Welcome to the “Room of Errors.”
President Teresa A. Sullivan today further addressed the issue of sexual violence in a message to the University Community.
Over the past two days, our community has been deeply affected by the article that appeared in Rolling Stone magazine earlier this week. I know that many of you are feeling shocked, dismayed, saddened and, perhaps, betrayed. Our community is hurting. We are concerned about Jackie and we are worried about other survivors who have lived through the horror of sexual assault. Many of us are confused by the contradictions between the U.Va. portrayed in the article and the U.Va. that we know. Many of you are questioning your trust in our University.
Rector George Keith Martin announces an independent counsel will help the University address issues related to sexual assault, including a review of policies and processes.
U.Va. researchers were among a team from four different institutions that collaborated to work on a decades-old mystery involving mutatations of a gene called “Ras.”
Rachel Wahl, an assistant professor in U.Va.’s Curry School of Education, found that human rights educators working in India were hampered by a fundamental misunderstanding of police and military officers’ moral compasses.
Facing a national leadership gap, the Batten School offers students something most public policy schools don’t: training in practical leadership skills like negotiation, conflict resolution, bargaining and group dynamics.
Enrollment is growing in Northern Virginia, but localities in other parts of the state are facing tough choices about closing and consolidating schools.
“The University takes seriously the issue of sexual misconduct, a significant problem that colleges and universities are grappling with across the nation,” she writes, and outlines the University’s response to sexual misconduct allegations.
Changes have been made to comply with new laws and federal guidance, as well as to reflect best practices. Faculty, staff, students and the community are invited to review the policy and offer their comments.
The University will host two graduation ceremonies on Finals Weekend, due to growing crowds and renovations to the Rotunda.
If you have a few dollars to invest, you might want to keep an eye on energy, or technology, or health care, or cybersecurity – or maybe even opportunities in Argentina, if your risk tolerance is high.
The annual business plan competition was organized by themes this year instead of schools, allowing teams to collaborate across Grounds. Among the finalist ideas: a non-surgical male contraceptive for male dogs and cats, and a “Match.com for sports.”
The Nazis had to alter the history of Germany, even of Christianity, to justify its conquests and mass exterminations, according to Alon Confino's now book.
In addition to office bake sales and other events to mark Wednesday’s CVC Day, President Sullivan will sponsor a drawing for free tickets to basketball games or a John Paul Jones Arena event.